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  • 1 Division of Nephrology and Transplantation, Maine Medical Center, and Tufts University School of Medicine, Portland, Maine
  • 2 Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension, Transplant Center, University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, Colorado
  • 1.

    Hart A, Smith JM, Skeans MA, Gustafson SK, Wilk AR, Robinson A, : OPTN/SRTR 2016 Annual Data Report: Kidney. Am J Transplant 18[Suppl 1]: 18113, 2018 PubMed

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  • 2.

    Bae S, Massie AB, Thomas AG, Bahn G, Luo X, Jackson KR, : Who can tolerate a marginal kidney? Predicting survival after deceased donor kidney transplant by donor-recipient combination. Am J Transplant 19: 425433, 2019 PubMed

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  • 3.

    Wey A, Salkowski N, Kremers WK, Schaffhausen CR, Kasiske BL, Israni AK, : A kidney offer acceptance decision tool to inform the decision to accept an offer or wait for a better kidney. Am J Transplant 18: 897906, 2018 PubMed

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  • 4.

    Querard AH, Le Borgne F, Dion A, Giral M, Mourad G, Garrigue V, : Propensity score-based comparison of the graft failure risk between kidney transplant recipients of standard and expanded criteria donor grafts: Toward increasing the pool of marginal donors. Am J Transplant 18: 11511157, 2018 PubMed

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    Pippias M, Jager KJ, Caskey F, Casula A, Erlandsson H, Finne P, : Kidney transplant outcomes from older deceased donors: A paired kidney analysis by the European Renal Association-European Dialysis and Transplant Association Registry. Transpl Int 31: 708719, 2018 PubMed

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  • 6.

    Peters-Sengers H, Berger SP, Heemskerk MB, Al Arashi D, Homan van der Heide JJ, Hemke AC, : Stretching the limits of renal transplantation in elderly recipients of grafts from elderly deceased donors. J Am Soc Nephrol 28: 621631, 2017 PubMed

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  • 7.

    Ruggenenti P, Silvestre C, Boschiero L, Rota G, Furian L, Perna A, : Long-term outcome of renal transplantation from octogenarian donors: A multicenter controlled study. Am J Transplant 17: 31593171, 2017 PubMed

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  • 8.

    Carpenter D, Husain SA, Brennan C, Batal I, Hall IE, Santoriello D, : Procurement biopsies in the evaluation of deceased donor kidneys. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 13: 18761885, 2018 PubMed

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  • 9.

    Mohan S, Campenot E, Chiles MC, Santoriello D, Bland E, Crew RJ, : Association between reperfusion renal allograft biopsy findings and transplant outcomes. J Am Soc Nephrol 28: 31093117, 2017 PubMed

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  • 10.

    Sánchez-Escuredo A, Sagasta A, Revuelta I, Rodas LM, Paredes D, Musquera M, : Histopathological evaluation of pretransplant donor biopsies in expanded criteria donors with high kidney donor profile index: A retrospective observational cohort study. Transpl Int 30: 975986, 2017 PubMed

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  • 11.

    Liapis H, Gaut JP, Klein C, Bagnasco S, Kraus E, Farris AB, ; Banff Working Group: Banff histopathological consensus criteria for preimplantation kidney biopsies. Am J Transplant 17: 140150, 2017 PubMed

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  • 12.

    Cohen JB, Eddinger KC, Locke JE, Forde KA, Reese PP, Sawinski DL: Survival benefit of transplantation with a deceased diabetic donor kidney compared with remaining on the waitlist. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 12: 974982, 2017 PubMed

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  • 13.

    Julian BA, Gaston RS, Brown WM, Reeves-Daniel AM, Israni AK, Schladt DP, : Effect of replacing race with apolipoprotein L1 genotype in calculation of kidney donor risk index. Am J Transplant 17: 15401548, 2017 PubMed

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  • 14.

    Stewart DE, Garcia VC, Aeder MI, Klassen DK: New insights into the alleged kidney donor profile index labeling effect on kidney utilization. Am J Transplant 17: 26962704, 2017 PubMed

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    Tullius SG, Rabb H: Improving the supply and quality of deceased-donor organs for transplantation. N Engl J Med 378: 19201929, 2018 PubMed

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    Durand CM, Bowring MG, Thomas AG, Kucirka LM, Massie AB, Cameron A, : The drug overdose epidemic and deceased-donor transplantation in the United States: A national registry study. Ann Intern Med 168: 702711, 2018 PubMed

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  • 17.

    Cohen JB, Shults J, Goldberg DS, Abt PL, Sawinski DL, Reese PP: Kidney allograft offers: Predictors of turndown and the impact of late organ acceptance on allograft survival. Am J Transplant 18: 391401, 2018 PubMed

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    Bowring MG, Holscher CM, Zhou S, Massie AB, Garonzik-Wang J, Kucirka LM, : Turn down for what? Patient outcomes associated with declining increased infectious risk kidneys. Am J Transplant 18: 617624, 2018 PubMed

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  • 19.

    Trotter PB, Summers DM, Ushiro-Lumb I, Robb M, Bradley JA, Powell J, : Use of organs from hepatitis C virus-positive donors for uninfected recipients: A potential cost-effective approach to save lives? Transplantation 102: 664672, 2018 PubMed

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  • 20.

    Bowring MG, Kucirka LM, Massie AB, Ishaque T, Bae S, Shaffer AA, : Changes in utilization and discard of HCV antibody-positive deceased donor kidneys in the era of direct-acting antiviral therapy. Transplantation 102: 20882095, 2018 PubMed

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  • 21.

    Gupta G, Kang L, Yu JW, Limkemann AJ, Garcia V, Bandyopadhyay D, : Long-term outcomes and transmission rates in hepatitis C virus-positive donor to hepatitis C virus-negative kidney transplant recipients: Analysis of United States national data. Clin Transplant 31: 2017 PubMed

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  • 22.

    Kling CE, Perkins JD, Landis CS, Limaye AP, Sibulesky L: Utilization of organs from donors according to hepatitis C antibody and nucleic acid testing status: Time for change. Am J Transplant 17: 28632868, 2017 PubMed

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  • 23.

    Sibulesky L, Kling CE, Blosser C, Johnson CK, Limaye AP, Bakthavatsalam R, : Are we underestimating the quality of aviremic hepatitis C-positive kidneys? Time to reconsider. Am J Transplant 18: 24652472, 2018 PubMed

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    de Vera ME, Volk ML, Ncube Z, Blais S, Robinson M, Allen N, : Transplantation of hepatitis C virus (HCV) antibody positive, nucleic acid test negative donor kidneys to HCV negative patients frequently results in seroconversion but not HCV viremia. Am J Transplant 18: 24512456, 2018 PubMed

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    Shike H, Kadry Z, Imamura-Kawasawa Y, Greene W, Riley T, Nathan HM, : Hepatitis C virus (HCV) RNA level in plasma and kidney tissue in HCV antibody-positive donors: Quantitative comparison. Clin Transplant 32: e13358, 2018 PubMed

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  • 26.

    Goldberg DS, Abt PL, Blumberg EA, Van Deerlin VM, Levine M, Reddy KR, : Trial of transplantation of HCV-infected kidneys into uninfected recipients. N Engl J Med 376: 23942395, 2017 PubMed

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  • 27.

    Reese PP, Abt PL, Blumberg EA, Van Deerlin VM, Bloom RD, Potluri VS, : Twelve-month outcomes after transplant of hepatitis C-infected kidneys into uninfected recipients: A single-group trial. Ann Intern Med 169: 273281, 2018 PubMed

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  • 28.

    Durand CM, Bowring MG, Brown DM, Chattergoon MA, Massaccesi G, Bair N, : Direct-acting antiviral prophylaxis in kidney transplantation from hepatitis C virus-infected donors to noninfected recipients: An open-label nonrandomized trial. Ann Intern Med 168: 533540, 2018 PubMed

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  • 29.

    McCauley M, Mussell A, Goldberg D, Sawinski D, Molina RN, Tomlin R, : Race, risk, and willingness of end-stage renal disease patients without hepatitis C virus to accept an HCV-infected kidney transplant. Transplantation 102: e163e170, 2018 PubMed

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  • 30.

    Gupta G, Zhang Y, Carroll NV, Sterling RK: Cost-effectiveness of hepatitis C-positive donor kidney transplantation for hepatitis C-negative recipients with concomitant direct-acting antiviral therapy. Am J Transplant 18: 24962505, 2018 PubMed

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    Kadatz M, Klarenbach S, Gill J, Gill JS: Cost-effectiveness of using kidneys from hepatitis C nucleic acid test-positive donors for transplantation in hepatitis C-negative recipients. Am J Transplant 18: 24572464, 2018 PubMed

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    Levitsky J, Formica RN, Bloom RD, Charlton M, Curry M, Friedewald J, : The American Society of Transplantation Consensus Conference on the use of hepatitis C viremic donors in solid organ transplantation. Am J Transplant 17: 27902802, 2017 PubMed

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